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in the "washington post" tomorrow, he says america deserves better. it begins with him. mcconnell has to be engaged. harry reid has to be engaged. we are at a profit this year. maybe it is the fiscal cliff. but we have to act on a lot of really serious things and we had some of it now. we have to do a lot of it next year. if they do the right thing, that our country will benefit the legacy will be secure. so i want to open this up. a lot of people in this room are engaged in this effort, frankly in a more activist way and ceos have been engaged in anything like this in a long time. i would like to hear from some of them. before i do that, i would like to ask you a question about the election results. a very close election, but striking demographics divide what it reveals about the country. republican voters look a lot like us. mittal alias in overwhelming majorities among latinos and asians and among african-americans. among young people, among unmarried women. what does that mean? what does that say about the country? is a good thing? is it something we should be worried about? enacted so that we
of the spectrum. as we know, the director of national intelligence, mike mcconnell famously said we would lose a cyberwar if it took place. the canadians would win, but i'm not so sure about the americans. this seems like an obvious question. cyberwar and terrorism.? well, did we have mr. carney in the audience? to win if you agree with mr. carney that there is no substantive basis for the cybersecurity threat by notetakers? that's too bad. i was hoping to have somebody to pick on for today. mr. carney apparently hadn't talked to the president. the president said cybersecurity is one of our most serious national security threat. it had already been levied against certain cities to black them out. it is 30 been years as my co-panelist mentioned as a prelude to the shock troops before the russians invaded estonia and georgia. this is a bipartisan issue. you have senator lieberman saying cyberwar and cyberthreat is a clear and present danger. cinema senator collins, senator carper. go down the list. they will all tell you they too are scared about the threat. mike mcconnell before national intell
and harry reid and says i need a stimulus because the economy is in trouble. unlike mitch mcconnell the center right, let's work one out you can live with. so they did a stimulus with him rather than saying the economy slipped for us. in 2008 we do that t.a.r.p. together. bipartisanship in america ended in january 20, 2009, with mitch mcconnell say now my new job is to sit the president. even then we had a constructive two years. the breakdown is fairly recent and it's because the tea party, the extreme right took over the republican party, intimidated people that i'm optimistic for two reasons. first i think reality will be better. i think you'll see the health care bill provided benefits, financial reform bill provides stability in the sun will still go up in downtown new york in the morning and there still be very, very rich and have her money than anybody needs. but then there's the question, how will the republican party react? there's still a pretty people who say let's be conservative, but let's back up on some of this anti-immigration status and even let's talk about the goo
has to do something. how do republicans respond? had his mitch mcconnell respond? the senate could easily come up with a deal with the white house. the question is then what happens in the house? or two questions that john boehner. number one, ac temperamentally willing to go and legislate, especially if he is major concessions president. i think you might get the answer is yes. at least the second second question. can he bring his caucus along? a couple of the leading tea party members of the house republican maturity would see this, but the caucus is still as conservative as it was before last night. so i don't know the answer, but we have issues that could really divide us. immigration for the president is going to move ahead very quick we. i see the tender when deal that every republican presidential candidate said they would not accept. it may not be tender one. 41 or 51, the republicans get at least 80% of what they want. the question is can they say yes to 80% of what they want? the final one is the supreme court. especially what happens if antonin scalia or anthony kennedy
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